ISLAMABAD - Maulvi Iqbal Haider of Awami Himayat Tehreek Saturday moved Supreme Court (SC) against a ruling of Islamabad High Court (IHC) which dismissed his plea against the restoration of the deposed judges through a resolution in the National Assembly (NA). In the appeal filed under Article 185 (3) of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973, the appellant has requested apex court to direct the NA Speaker not to entertain any such resolution in the National Assembly. Federation of Pakistan through Secretary Law, and Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly has been made respondents in the appeal. Terming the questioned ruling of IHC as unjustified, the appellant has asked the apex court to declare Speaker and Deputy Speaker or any other member of National Assembly disqualified if they allow any debate, discussion or question regarding the conduct of the SC judges, with the exception of the Constitutional Amendment Act Bill. Earlier, Maulvi Iqbal had filed a petition in the IHC with the same prayer but the court had dismissed his petition with the observation that similar issue was pending adjudication before the apex court, thus, IHC has no jurisdiction to carry out parallel proceedings. With the same observation, the IHC had dismissed his petition who didn't turn up on the hearing day. In his appeal, Maulvi Iqbal has also contended that matters related to judges could not be tabled or discussed in the Parliament under Article 68 and 69 and that the apex court should direct the Speaker not to entertain the resolution on the issue. He has further stated that the resolution will be a violation of the SC verdict of November 21 in which it upheld the imposition of emergency on November 3, 2007, validated the Provisional Constitutional Order (PCO) and declared the sacking of deposed judges as "closed and past transaction".